Developing process guidelines for trauma care in the Netherlands for severely injured patients: results from a Delphi study

@inproceedings{Hoogervorst2013DevelopingPG,
  title={Developing process guidelines for trauma care in the Netherlands for severely injured patients: results from a Delphi study},
  author={E Hoogervorst and Eduard Ferdinand van Beeck and J. Carel Goslings and Pieter Dirk Bezemer and Joost Bierens},
  booktitle={BMC Health Services Research},
  year={2013}
}
  • E Hoogervorst, Eduard Ferdinand van Beeck, +2 authors Joost Bierens
  • Published in BMC Health Services Research 2013
  • Medicine
  • BackgroundIn organised trauma systems the process of care is the key to quality. Nevertheless, the optimal process of trauma care remains unclear due to lack of or inconclusive evidence. Because monitoring and improving the performance of a trauma system is complex, this study aimed to develop consensus-based process guidelines for trauma care in the Netherlands for severely injured patients.MethodsA five-round Delphi study was conducted with 141 participants that represent all professions… CONTINUE READING

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